This short article about introduces the bill to the legislative branch. There still a debate going on. This bill is about legalizing Marijuana in Maryland. This article did not show a strong bias, it shows both support and un-support side opinions. The stage of this even in the legislative process is seen in the first step to step two, there is a desire for legislation is voiced but still discussing and the bill is introducing to the committee of Maryland. "Lawmakers heard from both sides of the issue for the first time Tuesday in Annapolis."
This article is about the Exemption bill is going to the next stage to the final vote on Friday. "Washington lawmakers expected to take final votes on the measure Friday, just two days after the bill was introduced." It is a quick bill, that passes really fast. I am not sure the stage of this event. I think this bill may be the eleventh step (executive vetoes act). I think the "final vote" means this step because it said: "Washington lawmakers are advancing quickly on a bill to exempt themselves from the state's voter-approved Public Records Act, with the House and Senate expected to take final votes on the measure Friday, just two days after the bill was introduced."
This article talks about four bills that did not pass the legislation: The Coons-McCain bill, The Toomey amendment, The “Common Sense” plan, and The Grassley bill (The bill needs at least 60 votes to pass). Those bills are all immigration bills. Of course, there is bias, the author was disappointed. The sentence"The dream looks dead." is the evidence. This event is passed the final stage, that failed from 2/3 of the final vote. As the author said, those bills were gone.
This article is about Congress focuses on a leftover gun bill after Florida shooting. This bill was introduced in November 2017 and Trump's "reversion": To improve the Federal background check system spoke out recently. There is a strong bias in this article, it clearly supports the bill to pass on. The example is the first sentence: "The country is now living that familiar moment following a mass shooting..." This event is the second step to the third step in the legislative process because the bill already introduced last year and committee is going to have action on this.